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Superheroes | Superheroes

gail-simone's picture
Nov.04.2013
Batgirl Barbara Gordon faces foe after foe now that she's back in the role of Batgirl. A deadly new gentleman killer, Grotesque, stalks the streets of Gotham City; The Court of Owls sets its sight on her father Commissoner Gordon; and an innocent woman sentenced to Arkham emerges more...
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May.20.2013
THE BLACK STILETTO RETURNS in the third book of the thrilling series by internationally acclaimed, New York Times best-selling author Raymond Benson! It's 1960. The Black Stiletto, in her civilian persona as Judy Cooper, volunteers to work for JFK's presidential campaign, only to become involved in...
robin-s-rosenberg's picture
Jan.28.2013
Superhero origin stories show us how the character becomes both super as well as a hero, and ultimately highlight the character’s humanity, even those superheroes that aren’t human. In Superhero Origins: What Makes Superheroes Tick and Why We Care, Dr. Rosenberg explores the importance of...
michael-uslan's picture
Jul.11.2012
This volume features the continuing struggle of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. vs. the Warlords; Noman facing Demo's caveman-like minions; Dynamo battling an android double; the return of the Iron Maiden; Dr. Sparta and The Red Star; the intro of Lightning's archnemisis The Warp Wizard; Noman battling...
sezin-koehler's picture
Sep.15.2011
"An important work of post-modern feminist horror, American Monsters is a poignant, angry volume about predation, the corruption of the rave scene, and empowerment through trauma-related super-abilities. The first section of American Monsters is The Succubi Sideshow. This is a series of darkly...
rosemary-jones's picture
Jun.30.2011
Times, they are a changin' -- especially in Cobalt City, home of the heroes. With a tradition of capes and cowls that dates back to before the town's founding, any time is a good time for adventure. History comes alive with a time-swept librarian knight, zap-gun wielding alien princess, a...
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Nov.18.2010
Shazam made his debut in Whiz Comics in 1940, and outsold his biggest competitor, Superman, by 14 million copies a month. It wasn’t long before a variety of merchandise was licensed—secret decoders, figurines, buttons, paper rockets, tin toys, puzzles, costumes—and a fan club was created to keep up...
robin-s-rosenberg's picture
Aug.16.2010
Unmasking superhuman abilities and double lives, this analysis showcases nearly two dozen psychologists as their essays explore the minds of pop culture’s most intriguing and daring superheroes, including Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, and the X-Men. Exposing the inner thoughts that these reclusive...
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Jun.22.2010
Choices are what define our fate.  In the life of Pete Farrell these choices changed the fate of the world in ways no one could predict.  All Stories have a beginning and for this story it begins during a time long since forgotten. During a time when races of power ruled the stars a ruthless...
michael-boatman's picture
Apr.12.2010
Manny Milagro is an average American kid with two problems: One, he shares his body and mind with one of the most powerful superheroes ever to walk the Earth. Two: He's dying of a rare disease that's rapidly killing them both. Add to that the minor consideration that several ultraviolent...